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Fantasy Springs opens at Tokyo Disney Resort June, 2024

Fantasy Springs, the eighth themed port of Tokyo DisneySea, will be opening June 6, 2024. This highly-anticipated park expansion will include rides, shops, eateries and experiences from “Tangled,” “Peter Pan” and “Frozen.”

This land will offer four attractions, each offering a new way to experience these timeless classics. Inside of this land, the space will be divided into three distinct areas, Rapunzel’s Forest, Peter Pan’s Never Land and Frozen Kingdom.

Tangled area at Fantasy Springs in Tokyo Disney Resort at Tokyo DisneySea.

Rapunzel’s Forest

Welcome into a magical valley, complete with the tower where Rapunzel has lived since she was a child. At night, this forest glows in warm light from the iconic lanterns. The ride, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, will be a five minute romantic boat ride to the annual Lantern Festival. The nearby eatery, Snuggly Duckling, will be a quick service restaurant, with dining spaces inspired by the film.

Peter Pan Never Land area of Fantasy Springs Tokyo DisneySea.

Peter Pan’s Never Land

Step into the storybook world of Peter Pan and Captain Hook. The first of two attractions, Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure will be a six minute 3D boat ride, taking guests “above” Never Land on a rescue mission against pirates. The second ride features everyone’s favorite fairy, Tinker Bell – Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies will take guests on a two minute journey into the tiny world of Pixie Hollow to deliver packages to the four seasonal areas.

A quick service restaurant, named the Lookout Cookout, will serve up meals while overlooking Never Land. This restaurant will be built out of the found objects and shipwrecked pieces that the Lost Kids have discovered.

The Frozen Kingdom of Arendelle, Fantasy Springs Tokyo Disney.

Frozen Kingdom

Be immersed in the kingdom of Arendelle, joining Anna and Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf, and many others on an adventure of friendship. Set after the events of “Frozen,” Elsa has embraced her powers and welcome all in to explore. Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey will take guests on a six and half minute boat ride to relive the sisters’ story of true love.

Visitors of Arendelle will have two dining locations to visit, Arendelle Royal Banquet and Oaken’s OK Foods. These two quick service style eateries will offer areas, indoors and out, for guests to recreate moments from the film, with views out onto the fjord cliffs and mountains in the distance.

Fantasy Springs Hotel

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel

Right next door, two dining options and a lobby lounge await at the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel. Fantasy Springs Restaurant offers buffet-style dining. Here guests can find paintings inspired by Disney Animation films “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Tangled” and “Sleeping Beauty.” The La Libellule restaurant offers French cuisine with views of the scenery in Fantasy Springs. The hotel’s Grand Paradis Lounge is a lobby lounge with large, open windows, allowing for a calm break from the magic and adventure just outside.

Over at Shanghai Disneyland, we have gotten a first look at the upcoming land, Zootopia. Featuring a massive trackless ride, Zootopia: Hot Pursuit, this new land will feature entertainment, themed food and over 200 merchandise options.

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